Channel Glaze Systems

Product Description

Channel glazing is a method of window glazing which uses a 'U' shaped aluminium channel with metal or rubber gaskets to hold the glass in place. Generally, where large glass panes are employed, they are integrated with an engineered glass fin or a tension truss system or similar. These systems are face sealed in the field and rely on sealant for weathering performance.

Frame Size

Channel size can vary but is commonly 30-50mm (or engineered to be greater at the head in order to allow for seismic movement).

Performance / Testing

  • AS/NZS1170 (Structural Design Actions)
  • NZS4223 (Glazing in Buildings)
  • NZS/AS4284:2008 (Water / Air Pressure/ Air Leakage - Meets and exceeds minimum requirements)

Maximum Spanning Ability

Thermosash specifically engineers the best suite option for your project taking into consideration span, structural system, and environmental loads (e.g. wind). The spanning ability will vary depending on the above.

Thermosash Suites are recognized as having the largest spanning systems on the market due to our specific engineering capability and the customised nature of the work we complete.

Warranty

The standard guarantee is 5 years from the date of practical completion for these products. This covers workmanship and weather tightness, providing the subcontract includes fabrication, installation and glazing of all components.

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Key Features

  • An extremely versatile product - providing a modern low profile window suite.
  • Seamless incorporation of auto sliders, frameless glass doors etc.
  • Glazing channel can be recessed.
  • Frames and glazing are site installed.

Specification

We recommend using Masterspec 4251TS Commercial Windows when specifying this suite.

CAD Downloads

Channel Glazing System - Single Glazed

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Relevant Projects

Lumley Tower

Lumley Tower

Auckland

Peddle Thorp Aitken

Mansons

2005

Giltrap Prestige Building

Giltrap Prestige Building

Auckland

Warren & Mahoney

Hawkins

2017